NEW MUSIC: Buddy Glass – No One Can Tell You You’re Wrong

Sydney songwriter Buddy Glass’ (Bruno Brayovic from Peabody) second album, Wow & Flutter (Glass Half Empty Records), is out now on vinyl, digital and streaming formats. In Mr Glass’ words: “Wow & Flutter was recorded by me in the back room of my house in Marrickville, on a TASCAM 4-track cassette recorder, in between dogs barking and babies crying. I had to buy cassettes online from Melbourne and bought and sold several … Continue reading NEW MUSIC: Buddy Glass – No One Can Tell You You’re Wrong


Peabody are now five albums deep in a career that has seen them become a stalwart of the Sydney indie rock scene over the last 24 years. Their latest, A Redder Shade Of Rust (produced by Jamie Hutchings) finds them in fine form yet again. It’s heady, poetic and a really great balance of melody, rhythm, momentum and knotty guitars. It’s dark and churning one minute, … Continue reading SONIC KICKS: Peabody

ALBUM REVIEW: Peabody | Loose Manifesto

written by Chris Familton Peabody hit album number four in fine health with no sign of slowing down or easing off on their highly strung indie rock. Perpetually underrated they’ve never really attained ‘band of the moment’ status or taken that step up to national success. They definitely have the songs here to do that, now they just need the attention. Loose Manifesto kicks off … Continue reading ALBUM REVIEW: Peabody | Loose Manifesto